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Help: Bush, Sharp or Thomson Widescreen?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by cirithungol, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. cirithungol

    cirithungol
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    Please help, I'm looking for a decent widescreen telly for around or under £250. I have narrowed it down to the following choices:

    Bush WS6674 (£200 at Dixons)

    Bush WS6680 (£225 in local Argos sale)

    Sharp 28JW73H (£250 at "internettvsdirect.co.uk")

    Thomson 28WR23U (£230 at Dixons)

    I am very interested in the Bush 6680 and Sharp 28JW73H, but really need some guidance.

    Thank you.
     
  2. petebog

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    Wouldn't touch Bush tv's with a barge pole. Brother had a Bush widescreen tv which went wrong within month's and engineer couldn't fix it. Bought it from Comet and they gave an instant refund as they said they,ve had lot of problems with Bush tv's.
     
  3. Daftboy

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    Thoose are last years models.
    If you get this years models of thoose makes including JVC, tosh and others you will find the cabinet is all the same.
    Almost all manufacturers of CRT have stopped making products and are having them made in a factory in Turkey.
    Don't know the name, but all TV's are the same, just set to the manufacturers default settings for picture quals etc.

    Look in the Lttlewoods, Choice, etc to see.
     

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